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Hamilton Current Artist Spotlight Pt. 4

Updated: Jun 1, 2021

The 50th Hamilton Current regional art competition is a big - we mean a REALLY BIG - deal. Artworks from this year’s selected artists will be projected in wall-scale images on the Fitton Center’s exterior in an exciting new week-long outdoor digital presentation May 28 - June 4, 8:00pm - midnight. We'll also be featuring groups of artworks weekly here on the blog leading up to and during the exhibition!

Artworks chosen for Cash Awards and Honorable Mention Awards by judges will be physically installed in the ground floor Monument Gallery at Fitton Center for Creative Arts, 101 S. Monument Ave, Hamilton OH and on view May 28 – July 9. Fitton Center galleries are free and open to the public starting June 1. Gallery hours are Monday – Thursday, 10:00am – 2:00pm.


Sarah Daniels

Hamilton Ohio

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She Sheep in Pearls

55 x 31 x 1"

Black & White Digital Photography, Self-portrait of the artist.



Mike Day

Hamilton Ohio

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1. Green Heron

2. Moon

Both: 9.5x4x5 inches

Nikon camera, Digital photography


Alan deCourcy

Oxford Ohio

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instagram: aldecphotography

Sunday Morning Coming Down


Color photograph, printed on artic polar luster, Photgraphed with Nikon 850, processed with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, using textures, printed on Epson P800


Bridget Dignan-Cummins

Cincinnati Ohio

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Warm Serenity

67 x 18 inches

Cotton Cord, Wool, Yarn, and Cotton Cord accents, Wooden Dowel & Rings, Macraweave


Julie Due

Reading Ohio

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instagram: Julie Due

1. FirstRace

20 x 16

Sony Camera, DSC-RX10M4, Shot at 1/1000 sec. f/4 93.9mm

Caught crew members and coach as they carried their boat and oars to the dock for the first race of the day. Photo was taken at 6:46 am and the fog was still settled on the lake.


2. SnowPortrait

14 x 11

Sony Camera, DSC-RX10M4, Shot at 1/200 sec f/3.5 35.68 mm ISO 100

Portrait taken of subject in fuzzy hat in snow. Birds were added post production using photoshop.


David Estep

Cincinnati Ohio



1. Disguised Desolation

24 x 36

2. Free Your Lies

36 x 48

3. Loss

36 x 24

All: Enamel on canvas, This is part of Pop Art series

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